Which I found from this article: https://thedorkweb.substack.com/p/the-100-year-computer
by this person: @stevelord
will be discussed in this thread:
It appears that this board adds a VGA connector, PS/2, sound, and an SD card slot to an ESP32.
The seller is away and there are no shipping prices listed to the states, so I might not be able to lay my hands on one in the near future but Hooobuddy does that have my attention.
There are CP/M and Vic20 modules available, apparently.
The ESP32 is an absolutely fascinating micro controller that can do a lot at a very low price.
This board includes an ESP32 and is $18 + shipping!
The esp32 that this thing uses also powers the odroid go. It's fast enough to emulate NES and Sega Master System and gameboy consoles, and still retail for under $50.
It also has wifi and Bluetooth onboard, and IIRC, there's a long range wifi mode and mesh mode built in to the thing. ( cc @djsundog to confirm if he's had any success in that realm.)
Adding standard keyboard, mouse, and video ports to that, and selling it for less than $20? That's a huge deal.
In the demo videos: https://www.youtube.com/user/fdivitto/videos
FabGL is shown doing things like vic20 emulation, CP/M emulation (with multitasking) and serving as a wireless terminal.
It doesn't look like anyone has gotten around to implementing ssh for the thing instead of telnet, but I imagine it is probably possible.
This looks like an excellent springboard from which many things could be developed, and I'm glad it's in the world.
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